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Miami-Dade Employees Must Show Proof Of COVID Vaccination Or Test Weekly Starting Aug. 16

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced Thursday afternoon that all county employees must show proof of COVID vaccination or submit to weekly testing starting August 16. “We all know that getting vaccinated is the single best step that any of us can take to protect ourselves and our loved ones to reduce the spread of the virus. Truly, it is the path forward,” she said. “And this policy that we are announcing today will help ensure we are doing our part to maintain a safe, healthy workplace and that county employees are doing our part to prevent the...
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Caught On Video: Man, Woman Sought By Miami Police, Accused Of Stealing Van

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Police Department is hoping you will be able to recognize a man and a woman they say stole a van in the middle of the day. The incident took place on March 14, in the vicinity of N.W. 25 Avenue and 23 Street, and was caught on video. Police said they responded to a call of a stolen van. The victim told police he had surveillance video of the incident. The video shows the suspects walking and looking at the van. Shortly thereafter, the female suspect is seen running to the passenger side of the van while the...
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‘We Should Keep Masks In Place’: Teenage COVID Patient Speaking Out Amid Huge Increase In Pediatric Patients

FORT LAUDERDALE(CBSMiami) – A teenager with COVID, who is in the intensive care, is speaking out as another hospital is seeing a huge increase in pediatric cases. Dr. Ronald Ford, the chief medical officer at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, told CBS4’s Peter D’Oench, “The number is increased tenfold from June to July. Most patients presenting with symptoms have respiratory symptoms consistent with COVID infections. We are seeing a lot of children with COVID pneumonia. Now most children are able to be treated and released and not admitted to the hospital.” A spokeswoman for Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital said the number of pediatric...
Miami Gardens, FLWSVN-TV

Landscaper donates services to help struggling Miami Gardens homeowner

MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) - A thoughtful act from a South Florida landscaper has gone viral on social media after he took care of one his customer’s lawns unannounced. Doorbell camera video captured landscaper Greg Colden taking care of a lawn in Miami Gardens, but what homeowner Timothy Ramjohn didn’t know was the job came free of charge.
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Detroit real estate executive killed in hit-and-run in Miami Beach

A real estate executive from the Detroit area was killed in Miami Beach over the weekend in a hit-and-run incident. Kevin Baker, 38, succumbed to injuries suffered in a suspected hit-and-run, according to a post on his Instagram account signed by his wife. He was a principal at the brokerage Landmark Commercial Real Estate Services LLC, according to Crain’s.
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Murder charges filed in Miami Beach spring break overdoses that killed eastern Pa. woman

MIAMI — Two North Carolina men accused of raping a 24-year-old tourist who overdosed during spring break in Miami Beach now face first-degree murder charges. On Wednesday, a grand jury in Miami-Dade County found Evoire Collier, 21, and Dorian Taylor, 25, both from Greensboro, North Carolina, responsible for the fentanyl-induced death in March of Christine Englehardt of Richboro, Pennsylvania. Richboro is located in Bucks County. Englehardt met the men while visiting South Beach, and went with them to her room at the Albion Hotel, prosecutors said.
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2 Accused In Killing Of FIU Student Michael Zaldua Appear In Bond Court

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The two men charged in connection with the shooting death of a Florida International University student faced a judge Thursday. Keondre Fields and Donterio Fowler appeared in bond court charged with first-degree murder, stemming from a 2016 incident where FIU honor student Michael Zaldua was shot and killed at an off-campus garage. Both are being held without bond, and are due in court for an arraignment hearing in 21 days.
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Murder Charges Filed in Miami Beach Spring Break Overdoses

Two North Carolina men accused of raping a 24-year-old tourist who overdosed during spring break in Miami Beach now face first-degree murder charges. On Wednesday, a grand jury in Miami-Dade County found Evoire Collier, 21, and Dorian Taylor, 25, both from Greensboro, North Carolina, responsible for the fentanyl-induced death in March of Christine Englehardt of Richboro, Pennsylvania. She met the men while visiting South Beach, and went with them to her room at the Albion Hotel, prosecutors said.
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Large Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Response To Northeast Miami-Dade House Fire

NORTHEAST MIAMI-DADE (CBSMiami) — A late night house fire near Aventura remains under investigation. More than 15 Miami-Dade Fire Rescue units were called to get the flames under control at the two-story home located at NE 23 Court and 211 Street around 10:00 p.m. Wednesday night. When crews arrived on scene, flames and thick smoke were billowing out of the back of the home. The residents of the home were able to get out of the safely and nobody was hurt. The cause of the first is not known.  
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Miami, FLUS News and World Report

GOP: Biden Not Doing Enough to Help Cubans Access Internet

MIAMI (AP) — House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy and fellow GOP politicians accused President Joe Biden on Thursday of not doing more to help Cubans on the island get access to the internet. Internet service was cut off at one point during a July 11 protest against the communist government,...
Miami, FLthebossmagazine.com

MiamiCoin first CityCoin to go live, city hopes to cash in

Miami hoping to earn money for city projects The city of Miami has unveiled a new cryptocurrency called MiamiCoin. The digital currency went live on August 3 and is ready... The city of Miami has unveiled a new cryptocurrency called MiamiCoin. The digital currency went live on August 3 and is ready to be mined.
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From Homeless to College Grad: Miami-Dade Student Earns FIU Diploma

The distance from Miami Jackson Senior High School to Florida International University is 21 miles. For Terrence Nickerson, traveling that distance has been an epic journey. Nickerson has gone from homeless to college graduate, thanks to his own perseverance and FIU’S unique Fostering Panther Pride program, which provides housing and support for homeless students.
Miami, FLClick10.com

Family’s adorable French bulldogs stolen from Miami-Dade home

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – It was a normal day for a Miami family with their beloved French bulldogs, Blue and Gucci, until it wasn’t. According to the family, they let their dogs outside in their gated backyard so they could do their business and play, but then, tragedy struck — they opened their backdoor to find their gate wide open and the French bulldogs were gone without a trace.
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